Authors: Kenneth D. Oglesby
Four simple examples of the most basic mass particles known in the Universe are shown interacting with both external charges and neutral matter and causing attraction gravity forces. Each example shows that the cause of the net attraction force of gravity, even at this most basic level of the Universe, is due to: required separation distance between postulated mono-charges/ monocharges; charge induction caused differential distances for repel and attraction forces (Rr>Ra causing Fr<Fa); and dispersion of weaker charges of the subject neutral mass particle.
Comments: 10 Pages. This paper is related to MC Physics theories and prior papers.
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